Jets employees get two weeks off with no pay

The nation's current recession, caused by poor oversight by the administrations of George Bush and Bill Clinton, will force the Jets to make 60 employees take two weeks off with no pay.

"The Jets said Thursday that 60 employees on the team's business side would be furloughed without pay for two weeks during a monthlong period starting in mid-June," wrote Richard Sandomir in the New York Times on Friday.

But this sure beats layoffs, which are happening all around the NFL.

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